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Bugs, biscuits, trench foot: from the front line of the uni protests

11 May 2024

9:00 AM

11 May 2024

9:00 AM

On the grass in front of UCL’s main building, on Sunday night, there were about 30 tents and the portico was plastered in handwritten signs: ‘Students: You’re in debt so UCL can fund a genocide!’ Some protestors sat on chairs, eating biscuits. Others stood at the front gate chanting ‘From the River to the Sea’.

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